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Keeping your will or living trust updated is essential to ensure that all of your wishes will be carried out. It’s easy to remember U.S. PIRG in your will or living trust. Your advisor can include just a few sentences to arrange the gift.
Through a will or trust, you can give:
- A specific dollar amount or asset, such as securities.
- A percentage of your estate.
- A gift from the balance of your estate after expenses have been paid and specific and general bequests have been honored.
Please consult with your attorney before making any changes to your will.
To find out more, including our tax identification number and other resources regarding planned giving, please email our Planned Giving Coordinator using the form below, or call 1-800-841-7299.
Contributions to U.S. PIRG are not tax-deductible as charitable contributions. However, gifts to our sister organization, U.S. PIRG Education Fund, are tax-deductible in many circumstances. Your professional advisors can analyze the effect upon your own estate of a gift to either of these organizations.
Tools & Resources
Supporting "Consumer First" Fiduciary Standard
Trojan Horse Hidden In Data Breach Bill
To Senate Banking Committee
"Visa vs. Stoumbos" is before the Court's October term
DEFEND THE CFPB
Tell your senators to oppose the “Financial CHOICE Act,” which would gut Wall Street reforms and destroy the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as we know it.
Your donation supports U.S. PIRG’s work to stand up for consumers on the issues that matter, especially when powerful interests are blocking progress.